Below you can find the list of cricket award winners for the 2019 – 2020 season.

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Congratulations to all trophy or award winners, and hard luck to close runners-up, both teams and individuals. 

Individual Awards

WARNER CUP

WARNER CUP

Jed Mckerrow

Outstanding Club Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (JAB Yr 7 & 8):

Jed McKerrow – Scored 449 runs last season in A Grade at an average of 74.83 and with a strike rate of 139. He scored two fifties and had a high score of 70*. He also picked up 12 wickets at an average of 18.

THRELKELD TROPHY

THRELKELD TROPHY

Liam Suddaby

Best Yr 7 Development Player at Tournament:

Liam Suddaby – scored 168 runs including a century (138*) in his three tournament matches to top the tournament table. He also picked up 3 wickets from his 6 overs at an average of 6.33

MOA PUBLICATIONS CUP

MOA PUBLICATIONS CUP

Toby Clemett

Best Player at Under 17 Tournament:

Toby Clemett was his team’s leading run scorer and scored a fifty.

ERNIE AITCHIESON FAIR PLAY AWARD ON AND OFF THE FIELD FOR YOUTH CRICKETER:

ERNIE AITCHIESON FAIR PLAY AWARD ON AND OFF THE FIELD FOR YOUTH CRICKETER:

Toby Clemett

This is for that all round boy, who does it all and might be a leader, or always at practice, or helps with grounds management, etc.

L NIXON CUP

L NIXON CUP

Hamish Caird

Outstanding South Canterbury Player at the South Island Schoolboy’s Tournament:

Hamish Caird – finished 4th best bowler from163 taking 10 wickets, but with mainly T20 matches played the best statistic is that he was the most economic bowler at the tournament going for just 2.89 runs per over from his 24 overs. He also averaged 19 with the bat when required.

NIXON TROPHY

NIXON TROPHY

Sam Guerin

Best Colts Grade Player:

Sam Guerin scored 304 runs at average of 50.67 for Geraldine and took 12 catches as they won the Colts Grade.

ROCKDALE KIA ORA TROPHY

ROCKDALE KIA ORA TROPHY

Ben Davenport

Best Cricketer Under 21:

Ben Davenport – represented South Canterbury, Canterbury U19, South Canterbury Emerging Players, Celtic. Scored 434 runs in senior with two half centuries and a high score of 71.

SCCA CUP

SCCA CUP

Jacob Gilkison

Outstanding South Canterbury Player at the South Island Schoolboy’s Tournament:

Jacob Gilkison – scored 145 runs to be leading batsman at the tournament with a high score of 51* and was never dismissed. He also took 4 wickets at 10.25 average to be 5th on the tournament table.

EDDIE McEWEN MEMORIAL TROPHY

EDDIE McEWEN MEMORIAL TROPHY

Fletcher Rhodes

Best Player Under 15 Years Tournament:

Fletcher Rhodes – Averaged 42 with the bat at the tournament from his 5 innings.

WARD CUP

WARD CUP

Toby Scannell

Best Player in Second Grade:

Toby Scannell – playing for Roncalli he was the leading batsman in Second Grade scoring over 400 runs at an average of 53 and including three centuries with a top score of 145.

Individual Awards – Senior Club & Representative

WILLIAMS CUP

WILLIAMS CUP

Dan Laming

Club Bowler of the Year:

Dan Laming – took 34 senior wickets at an average of 9.38

SENIOR REP BATSMAN

SENIOR REP BATSMAN

Glen Drake

Rep Batsman of the Year:

Glen Drake – scored 239 runs including a century and a fifty.

SCCA PLAQUE

SCCA PLAQUE

Dan Laming

Senior CLUB Batsman of the Year:

Dan Laming scored 568 runs at an average of 63.11 and included three centuries with a top score of 118

PHIL D’AUVERGNE TROPHY

PHIL D’AUVERGNE TROPHY

Glen Drake

For Player who Contributed Most on and off the field for the Senior Rep team: Chosen by Coach and Players.:

Glen Drake

SENIOR REP BOWLER

SENIOR REP BOWLER

Matt Brown

Rep Bowler of the Year:

Matt Brown – took 12 wickets at an average of 13.16 with a best of 5-48.

JIM DAVIES CUP

JIM DAVIES CUP

Glen Drake

For Best Single Senior Club or Representative Performance for Season:

Glen Drake 110 out of a total of 207 for South Canterbury Senior Men in Hawke Cup v Otago Country.

SCCUA GRAEME LOWRIE SPIRIT OF CRICKET AWARD

SCCUA GRAEME LOWRIE SPIRIT OF CRICKET AWARD

Danny Campbell

For the Senior Cricketer who Epitomizes the Way the Game should be Played: Decided by Umpires:

Danny Campbell – withdrew appeal and asked umpires to recall Dan Laming as he had hit the ball despite being given out lbw.

Individual Awards – Highlights

GRAEME BLANCHARD MEMORIAL TROPHY

GRAEME BLANCHARD MEMORIAL TROPHY

Taine Cordell-Hull

For a youth cricketer who displays an excellent attitude on and off the field for fair play, a team player who inspires the spirit of cricket and has good work ethics:

Taine Cordell-Hull – South Canterbury U17 captain, TBHS 1st XI captain, SC Emerging Players member, Groundsman. A fine young man and leader of men who has been thrust into leadership roles, often ahead of time and taken these jobs on always with a smile. Leads an inspired group of young cricketers by example and is pivotal to their growth as a group.

SOUTH CANTERBURY SUPPORTERS CLUB TROPHY

SOUTH CANTERBURY SUPPORTERS CLUB TROPHY

Karyn & Andrew Booth

To Player/Umpire/Administrator who contributes most on or off the field::

Karyn and Andrew Booth – this “cricketing couple” have been hugely influential in growing junior cricket again in Waimate. One or both of them can usually be found on Fridays at “Intro to Cricket” sessions, training nights, Saturday matches and in their spare time organizing the club matches, functions, on the committee and helping with planning. They were also roped in to look after, coach and manage a Year 7 Invitation team that was rushed into the Central South Island tournament in January and nothing was a bother. A deserving couple we hope to see for a few more years yet!

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ALLAN EDGINTON TROPHY

ALLAN EDGINTON TROPHY

Tim Sowden

FOR SPORTS  PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR:

Tim Sowden – Sowdy has been a pivotal part of the Geraldine club (with help from wife Jolene) coaching or helping their JAB A Grade and Colts teams. But this season he also capped off another representative coaching stint for South Canterbury as coach of the SIPST team this time. The team finished 3rd at the tournament which was not only a great memory for the players, but reward for Tim who travels the 100km round trip to take practices. He sometimes describes himself as an old draught horse, but he has carried a good load not only for his local cricket club but for South Canterbury Cricket too and is a deserving recipient of this trophy.

[Photo: Sowdy catching a chopper over the river in December to ensure he gets to the kids rep game.]

Team Awards

  • NZ Cricket YR 7 & 8 Boys Cup – SC Tournament Winner: Waihi
  • NZ Cricket YR 7 & 8 Girls Shield – SC Tournament Winner: Craighead
  • Saturday Morning A Grade 1 Day Competition: Waihi Wizards
  • Saturday Morning B1 Grade: Celtic Saints
  • SATURDAY MORNING B2 GRADE: Temuka & Star
  • COLTS Grade: Geraldine Red
  • SECOND GRADE B: Pleasant Point Rebels       
  • SCCA Trophy Winner Senior Reserve/Second Grade A: Celtic
  • SECOND GRADE SHIELD T20: Celtic
  • SC CRICKET SHIELD 20-20: Celtic
  • Woolworths Cup Runner Up in One Day Competition: Pleasant Point
  • DAILY FREIGHT WAYS One Day Trophy – ROUND ROBIN WINNER: Celtic
  • TWEEDY CUP: Celtic
Celtic Second Grade Winners of T20 and One Day Trophies
Celtic Winners of Tweedy Cup
Celtic Winners of Senior T20 Shield

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